Some plants may look beautiful, but they can have devastating effects. Non-native invasive plants affect human health, economics, and forest ecology. Learn to identify and control Canada thistle, common tansy, spotted knapweed and other invasive plants. Learn when pulling, cutting, or herbicides are needed, as well as herbicide application techniques such as spraying and weed wiping.
Planting trees and shrubs after controlling the invasive plants can help reclaim the site. Learn about a gravel bed nurseries as a means to grow roots, increase plant survival and successfully extend the planting season into late summer and early fall.
For questions and to register, contact:
Angelique Edgerton (Cook County Invasive Team): 218-387-3772
Mike Reichenbach (MN Extension): 218-726-6470
Funded in part by a grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. Presented by the Cook County Invasive Team, Sugarloaf: The North Shore Stewardship Association, and the University of Minnesota Extension.
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